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this is how the new ektachrome slide film looks like.
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I have some too, from a pro lab that I now understand to not be the destination for E6.

Is dwayne's best for E6?

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It's so plain and boring. Old ektachrome is beautiful but this shit is just as bad as portra

Is ektar the only good thing kodak makes...
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>>3480311
>this is how the new ektachrome slide film looks like.
This is how the new Ektachrome slide film looks like when you cuck yourself by getting the lab to scan your film
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>film shooters in the past: favored low contrast stuff because they knew emulsion is only the base, the final colors and contrast depend on printing in the darkroom
>film shooters now: "halp which stock will instantly make my photos lit sooc (straight out of scan, whatever this means)
mmm smells like vsco plebs in here
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>>3480311
>>3480349
holy fuck. they simply destroyed the best film they ever had.

i dont get how they managed to get film to look like pre 2010 digital shit, but they sure did, from the retarded colors to the boring and plain and shit ass everything. kodak is dead to me.
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i mean both of those are garbage shit trash ass pictures with no redeeming qualities
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>>3480357
>It's so plain and boring.
Not really. It's a dull gray day and a dull subject, what did you expect.
Here's another dull gray day and dull subject, this is Velvia (100). You think it's any better?

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>>3480561
It's a daylight balanced film so I'd expect to be best in direct sunlight. My mistake for testing it on a cloudy day lol.
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>>3480357
>porta
>bad

That’s fucked yo
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>>3480579
>You think it's any better?
yes, looks better.
>what did you expect.
i expected it to at least look like slide film.
you always come as devils advocate, and you always get your ass handed off to you, you dumbshit giannis.
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>>3480585
>daylight balanced
only relevant for white balance, and thats correctible. but that image has soul. film got killed.
>>3480702
new portra is shit. old portra = good.



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